A profit-related investment scheme for the indigenous estate
This paper assesses the state of commercial development and resource management on Indigenous land, particularly in remote Australia. Indigenous landowners control significant assets—over one million square kilometres of land—often with substantial resource rights and income earning potential. The levels of inactivity and missed opportunities on Indigenous land are of such magnitude as to represent a major risk for Indigenous landowning communities in terms of their future economic and social...[Show more]
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